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Cala Salada Beach, West Ibiza

These sandy coves on the west coast offer a range of activites

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There are two small coves here, Cala Salada which is composed of golden sand and Cala Saldeta which is shingle and accessed through a small footpath.

Both beaches are a favourite with locals as they are relatively unknown on the mass tourist map. There are sun loungers and umbrellas to rent and plenty of quiet spots to be found amongst the boat sheds and rocks. Plus plenty of well-trodden paths if you fancy escaping the beach and exploring a little bit of the surrounding countryside.

Read our review of this beautiful west coast beach here.

Water Safety & Clarity

Pristine clear waters make the cove great for swimming and the rocky outcrops are ideal for a short hike and great vantage points...or a diving board! Just beware of the rocks below - at least the water is clear enough to see them.

Beach Quality

Cala Salada which is composed of golden sand and Cala Saldeta which is shingle and accessed through a small footpath.

Beach Bars & Beachclubs in Ibiza

There is a lovely fish restaurant which serves impressive paella in a huge pan. It gets popular at lunch time so if you fancy trying the paella then best to reserve a table when you get there in the morning. Alternatively, they have a small snack hut as well.

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Watersports

A beautiful bay to explore on foot or in the water with a canoe or Stand Up Paddle board. The rock formations make for some great snorkelling and of course the crystal clear water is perfect for a good swim.

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Facilities

  • Outdoors
  • Lifeguard
  • Showers
  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Free parking
  • Accessibility
  • Car required

Services

  • Activities
  • Hiking / Walking
  • Pedalos
  • Swimming

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